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    July 15, 2011
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okxdfundi.o2uju$is presentation is made possible by the freeman foundation of new york, stowe vermont, and honolulu. t(jfnewman's own foundation. and union bank. Ñie1 lpi]qçór global financial strength to work for a wide range of
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companies. what can we do for you? >> and now, "bbc world news." Ñi5a>>okçó rebeccaçói] brooks the news international chief executive, has resignedc following the phone hacking scandal. fáof responsibility for the people that they have heard. the fbi opened axdÑ review into claims that theÑiñr murdochxde1 media empire try to hack into the phones ofqe1 9/11 victims. w3al[ book and a corruption forces thousands of indonesiaxgs to flee their homes. cracking the codeñrçóñr the queen pays tribute tot( british people during the second world war. xde1e1d sq%ei- ñrxdqÑiñr>> welcomei]
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to "bbc worldÑi newsÑi." rebecca brooks has resigned. q''p"çó beent!ñr under intense scandal after the phone hacking scandal at "e1g Ñ6pnews international has confirmed that she has resigned ofÑi herÑi own free will. q: the british prime minister has said thatxd she has taken the ñrright decision to step down. giving you a flavor of the 3;uxdstatement, she said that she felt a dey responsibility for the people she had heardÑi and wanted to uÑireiterate how sorry!u she was for what she now k place. however, my desire to remain on
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the bridge may have been a focal point on the debate. xdtherefore i have given rupert and"n jbÑm murdock my breath -- resignation. accepted." okçóthe former president of the fiar çólost a privacy case against news of the worldt( newspaper you may havefá lost,Ñii] but you made a very big pointxíijñ( many people thought that itc was the right point. >>w3 actually, i won. 60,000 pounds in privacy damages. 'ÑzwÑbut particularly the+ aftermath ' journalistfáçósfá ñrxdtalented to
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bec very positive. >> you had"n been funding cases of people that could not afford to take action again[vynpeople at "news ofñr the wort6$(lc@&c+ >>xd there is always a riskok of meritorious cases. something to make it a big cost against you. i have been helping a few people in that way. >>Ñi what is your personal opinion of news international and the way it isÑi alleged to have operated. >> it is quite clear that there was a culture of criminality. Ñithey had to admit in april that they had deliberately liedi] for severalÑi years, the parent -- pretending it,#ñ was one of thpa @k <13 other. there is other criminality in the case of black male in my
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case.4r r of that sort of thing. lpqÑiworse than that, there was a private detective that went to jail for plotting to plant cocaine on a woman to get r he came out ofq prison in 2004. e1i]he was employed byt(xdñr "news of the world"q again. for them to employñroki] a serious criminal like that and of a huge scale phone hacking it can only be describedok as a criminal organization. it is important that thefá british public become aware. >> okwhat didñr people9 in issue of power say to youxd about your case and about the standards of journalism at this country? Ñi>> i did notw3Ñmeet any one that
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it was of no public interest whatsoever. private, açó small part ofi] my life and nothing to do with my work. not doing anyone anyewharm. Ñi=ñ%1ñreveryone that iok knewokfá, i was just one of many. t(i was able to !irq hem to court. jft(it is a reflection on our legal system. Ñi!uÑith/bpp(u hat people can be attacked in this wayxd. >>ok max mosley, thana=u for your time. xdçóe1let's get more reactionok from
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a ym(Ñjuá "news of the world" journalist who worked under rebecca brooks. 3wi]paul only a matter of time, as everyone has said? >> i sort of feel that my job is done. lpthis started one year ago when i got a hit that wreck of brooks and davidzv cameron used to go sportswriting the other. r é@qcriminality taking place, they attempted to engineer how they e1wouldr
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prime minister. such a good story. ñthere is a minorÑi personal ingredient, wreck -- rebecca brooks wasñre1 features editor when i first started. i]i knew exactly how she had run her department. 5ajfÑiw3ñri triede1g i thought that it was running -9completely out of control. i did try to do that. but 3ñe1 had a completely obsessive drive out of loyalty to the newspaper theqa5?3 brand, to news corp.. xdthere are three people pretending to be meet on twitter at the moment. ymthere is a lot of misinformation
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about myself and my relationship with rebecca brooks. i waslp not fired. i left. i]in 2001 rebecca brooks , ujp @ to go undercoverçóqqxdjffá for onexd yearqfá going underÑimy leave 200 miles from setting up holde1a5. before she told me that i was a "news of the world"çeporter, i had no personal life and i will do this. i told her that it was completelye1 unr!y'=91ñ that she could not expect someone to go undercover5a for one year who just had a baby. >>we fell out. çóshe ended my career @ when this opportunity camer&áaj5hp ì(lc@&c+ thought, i am going to have your job for this because i have
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enough information to end your career as well so thank you very much. i felt that i had been e1vindicated invnwhat i had been saying for the last year. mylpi]cwhich was fine. fáe1i am not coming to you you have to come to me. 3/nhñthey could not be bothered to fádrive to arrest me. they si&olyzv wrote by my name, no freshym evidence. ñr>> you said that phone hacking "news ofok the world." you do not believe her when saidiáárq new nothing about it? >> she knew all about it. sheq waseó.sxd the apartment boss. okeveryone knew that itçóÑi was bright >% and was beingÑiÑi used as the first h
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instead of a last-ditch attempt to get the truth. badly done by private investigators. tracking failed profekçjá p @ footballers -- utilizing a failed professional footballer and also a hell's angel. e 7mgr!ui]i demanded to listen to the tapes and that they were paid thousands of dollars per week to do this. lpe1e1that is why they went on to delete messages. >>0l going one stephtq above rebecca brooks how!u much day-to-day knowledge as rupert murdoch have
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andt( no7oot( about what happened at his big newspapers. ñrÑiÑi>> i have tor the answer,fá in my experience. he didxd not know what would be on the front page until we went about getting it. i havew3 never met rupert, but i have readt( james. çów3i know for example going years backxd when we put divine brown on the covere1, weñrÑh(!=u groups -- great school, but when rupert murdoch sought it he said that he founded distasteful. he wasçó very distant frome1 the (m 5"uát(v peration.clearly he let it carry on
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untid he had to come back to sort out the mess. okyou have got to say that rebecca brooks has got to be the worst editor in 7a.qeiweip @ i qsheÑi took the newspaper with a proud 160 year history the biggest!u newspaper in the speakingok world, and she closed it. e1i played Ñ part i and that. i did notxd expect it. and it was not a part of my game plan. i]i thoughte1 we might be able to t(r anticipate more. but that he might still go. we will wait to see how that pans out. !uxd>> thank y ÷ÑiÑi for your time. çóhere we have jeremy came in the studio.cú$(lc@&c+ fáxdn let's talk about a bloody --
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money. peopleçó are quaking in the united states? >> investors are watching all of theqçó developments as they have been coming out day by day, hour by hour. w3investors watch in this latest development. çói]jfinvesto÷3j] anticipatingfá that this wouldÑi be thei]xd eventual outcome. çóxdoknbdok8%át british newspaper side of the businessjf was a tiny outpost. it was television whereçó they make their money. t#/Ñiparticularly in the united states. e1w3for investors it is about the can of wq2's that could be openede1 in the talkfáçójfr investigations. would you agree with thatw3 >>(
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yes, investors needxd to investqg)q the head of the beast. xdxdlp>> are you amazed that these developments? 7oohave you seen anything like this before? >> every minute there is Ñisomething new coming out. even after paul insists thatÑizv she knewÑi everything that was going on that is a huge revelation. they are going to wa$uz go further up the chain i think. >> there was a timefá when news international was regarded as a maker or breaker in government. things seem to havenbu reversed. the passion hasxd reversed. mhow much is that responsible for ñ>> huge. suddenlye1 the voice of thefá
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people is heard so loudly, the action was taken quickly. r government have listened to the people. they have taken down something guthat theyi] strongly disagreed with. >> the term that you use public vigilante, a social media vigilante. one question we have been asking this morning, could this be the i- beginning of the end of the murdoch's in the newspaper busi&-&mÑ$(lc@&c+ >>r massive repercussions for "the "*" and "the sun." id is huge and will be right 9b we have tow3!u questioni]átk whether or note1 news international is going to bew3q in the business itself. fá>> thank you very much s#"eed.
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çói]p,you are watchingxd "bbc world news." we will bring you the latest on our breaking news. erebecca brooks resigned as the executivet( of news international in the united kingdom. ♪ e1 Ñifá♪ t(fá5a >>jf hello, this week on the e1program chinese billionaires. howr will they givexd me their money? the culture and identity of singapore. timothy marlowe,xd onu÷u "weekend world."
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çó♪ Ñifá Ñi>> thisñr+ is "bbc world news." rebecca brooks has resigned following the uk phone hacking scandal. çófeels a deep sense of xdresponsibility for the people that she hurt. "i want to express how sorry i aqjpá we nowÑi know has taken place." ñrthe british deputy taught -- british deputy prime minister sayse1 thatxde1 rebecca brooks did the right thing. that was an important for a step in cleaning up what he described
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as a mess. he also called on her to give evidence for his parliamentary select committee nextv saying thatp, he --ñrxd she owes it to explain her role in what happened. Ñiokfrom our central london studio we have the editor of the "independent." >> @.most peoplexd say that it should haver that shexd has waited too long. >> yes. she should have gone aa5 week two?h]-mÑi ago. i say that it is too late. Ñiher resigning is not going to stop anything. r takes place. the committee hearing where criminal investigations go on, the police areçó saying there is more tojf do. okqin a way,e1 yes, she should have gone.
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e1if she had goneg could have present -- prevented the close ofw3 "Ñinews of the world." >> yet she has said telling staff before their final day at work, that there were more í$ñzmi q%=9m"uz come and they would show that it wasxd the right decision to close the newspaper apparently some people know what they are but they cannot talk about it? >>a5 i am not sure5a what revelations are. 5açóxdi suspect that she said that as a way of pacifying the staff. there was a baby,Ñi and remove that day. çólpi may bee1ñ wrong. there may be a lot í
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citÑi goes on and done. !uwhat cúcá be worse? e1i cannot figure anything. >> rupert murdoch used to be known as the kingmaker. )kdl3i am wondering how much his reputatior >> fáhuge the tarnished. zñ happens to us all. they all get old. )ti p'ymore. t(there is a sense of a measure of weakness at the top. xdÑiiÑi think that his reputation is lpxdhugely damaged. çówhether it wasÑi because heq wasfì(lc@&c+ america or it was because his own< son didd bad itñr was? the sense of someone at the top çóof the company not being in çócontrol not putting a lid on it not firingxd people at the beginning itjf has come out in
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drips and that has done huge fádamagelp to the company. >> çóthank you very much indeed. óó. let'se1 go toq our central london seat. does this resig' jz ofe1 rebecca brooks salvage any of the "news okinternational" reputation? >> that is not what the campaign is interested inçó. they are not even interested in her having a salary or a pay off. the victims have always wanted the full story. primarily responsible, either by issuing the orders, doing the terms of corporate governance to be punished appropriately by a criminal justice system orxd the ciéi táváuqsor both. their recommendations arei] made after a complete judicial
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inquiry with thejft( right powers scope, and timescale to stop e1this happening again. g whether@:_q)son has a@kúb or notw3 is not material. having said that, none of the victims we have spokenq to fall that she shouldÑh in a job. i]as chris just said maybe two weeks ago given that she was the editor at the timefrç e1missing child sloan, who was found later, was noted, that that phone had been hacked intoi] if she knew what was going on there was no argument that this should have comexd out and she should have resigned. q>> what would you likexd the committee to ask the father the sun, and rebecca brooks on tuesday. >> i think that the campaign has
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every right to ask those questions. there will not b(cp ubstitute for s the police inquiry. there will not be a substitute for the judicial in.l% that was set up. xdçóit will take months to go through all this stuff. 'cmy experience as axdq select committee member theyue1 will misled or not told the whole truth inxd previous inquiries. fámisleading parliament #sì(lc@&c+ serious mattáok @ qthey have a responsibility to first find out whether parliament was misled. also to find out as muche1 aq] t s can about what happened. çó?lgiven the investigation and a judicial inquiry it may well be that the committee( will love be able to get to the part --$z=qq=5zer)u there are certain members of that committee who have been (c- dealingçó with it this from the beginning.
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they willÑ to make sure that they can ask the proper questions. what it must not be is a platform for the murdoch'slpi] to try to make excuses. çóqit is inexcusable. >> thank you very much, evan. in the united states the fbi hasn'tq begun -- has begun investigation after the into the phone lines of 9/11 victims. of this here in the united kingdom. in a statement she said that the zvignation had been of her own volition but that wasçó actually a statement from jameslpfá murdoch and that it waslp not a result of news internatio,i'.
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atfáu our web site you will find plenty of more on this sto27ì(lc@&c+ 5athe top linee1 is the resignation of the chief executive of -- qÑiçójfqq>> make sense of international news at bbc.com/news. >> funding was made possible by the freeman foundation of newwm+ york, stowe, vermont, and honolulu. çónewman's own foundation. 6zand union bank. a5w3 lpfáqi]fáÑifáe1xdfáa5:
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>> union bank has put its global financial strength to work for a wide range of companies. what can we do for you? >> "bbc world news" was presented by kcet los angeles.
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